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the media effect in communication
Journalism & Communication
Pages 4 (1004 words)
Full name Professor Subject Date Effects of Media on Communication Communication is an important aspect in life and as the world virtually becomes smaller each day, it becomes more and more essential. Through technological advancements, media became improved, delivering faster information throughout the world in just a matter of minutes or even seconds.
On a smaller picture, friends and families can get in touch with each other in a more frequent manner. Before the internet, families separated by lands and seas contact each other through telephone which could be very expensive. Now, there are social media that enable families who are away from each other to communicate more often, at longer periods of time and at cheaper rates. This makes communication more effective and keeps relationships strong as communication becomes more frequent. Another important effect of media on communication, on a larger picture, is the planting of ideas on the minds of people about a particular incident or person which can affect future communication. For instance, a prominent politician can be reported to have been spotted with a woman walking to a room in a hotel (Young 1995). This suggests things to viewers and can affect the effectiveness of the politician’s speech if he tries to explain himself. Therefore, the media does not only buffer communication, it could also hinder it or destroy it. The media could either create or destroy people through what they present and they could affect positively or negatively how they communicate themselves to other people. ...
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